Illegal Land Deeds in Phuket Investigated by Thai Government

by admin on July 18, 2014

Thailand’s Department of National Parks is pursing offenders of false land title deeds to take back encroached land in Phuket’s Sirinat National Park, according to the Bangkok Post.

An estimated 370 land plots of 2,700 rai (about 1,092 acres), are unrightfully claimed and developed on the public lands. These decade-old offenses have been enacted through the misuse of Sor Kor 1 land title documents.

 Chaninat & Leeds attorneys assist with real estate purchases, transfers, leases, and other legal services in regard to Thailand land law.

Phuket officials from multiple government departments are among the suspects contributing to the alleged violations, reports the Bangkok Post.

Read the full story here.

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